There you are sweating after you couldn’t find parking at the airport. For all you know, your flight is early, and the smiling people standing in line at security have never been on an airplane in their lives. (We love them, but must they try to carry a 6-pack of diet soda on the flight, every time?) Yet, despite your irritation, you follow the TSA security rules, and we bet that you do so willingly.
Since 9/11, we have all been asked to play a larger role in global security, and frankly, the penalties for not playing by the rules are severe and dangerous for your company. This is not a job to trust to an unproven forwarder who happens to flash an attractive rate. This is a job for a company that was built on a reputation for business integrity and the deepest knowledge of export regulatory compliance since 1915. With Shapiro, you’re not alone because we know the rules.
Under the law, it is the exporter of record who is responsible for all aspects of the export process. That seems logical enough, but here’s the rub: multiple government agencies and/or departments may claim jurisdiction over your transactions. According to several industry publications, the U.S. government’s approach to export compliance is the biggest game changer in American logistics over the last two decades. Shapiro is built to guide you on a path that considers cost and compliance in the same creative design.
Please find a partial list of our export compliance consulting products:
- Product Classification
- On-site / Off-site Seminars
- Full Compliance Review
- Export Compliance Appraisal
- Export Compliance
- Export Compliance Manual
- Regulatory Report Card
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